Most of the time we think of our phones to be well protected and reliable, especially iPhone users consider that. Well for some reasons they may be right but iPhone also get stuck and that makes the iPhone owners panic. Well in this article I am going to tell you how to troubleshoot one of the common issues of iPhones and it also works with iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone XR. The solution to stuck issue on iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max Force-restarting – it works most of the time.
Well, know the question to answer is how to force restart iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max. These phones are using A12 a chipset based on the 7nm architecture on iOS 12. Simple shutting down of these devices is kind of tricky process – Open settings app and hit “Shut Down” or Side button + Volume Up or Down Button together.
How to Force Restart Your iPhone XS, XS Max, or XR Steps
Press and release Volume Up button swiftly and do same for Volume Down button. Then press and hold Side button for almost 10 secs or until display shuts off suddenly. Now keep the Side button pressed and let it go once your iPhone powers back onto Apple boot screen. Here’s process broken down into steps:
- Press Volume Up button.
- Press Volume Down button.
- Press and hold Side button for about 10 seconds.
- Release Side button when you see the Apple boot screen.
That’s it, you’ve successfully performed a hard reboot, iPhone will boot up as normal and will not affect anything. Now look for the cause which made your device to malfunction. It could be due to a software update or a drop so identify it and try to restore through iTunes.